The world can be strange at times. On the one hand, everything is as interconnected and intertwined as it has never been before in the history of humankind. On the other hand, people increasingly emphasize their uniqueness. Individualism has become tremendously important, and despite a global economic system, political infrastructure and challenges that can only be solved jointly, it feels like separation is increasing. Does individualism, or rather identity, play a role in this development? In this episode, I had the pleasure to discuss this phenomenon with Dr. Richard Burchill. He is a Senior Research Fellow at the Bussola institute in Brussels and former Director of Research and Engagement for TRENDS Research & Advisory. He has lived in the Middle East for several years and hence, provides valuable insight on the development in that region. We are speaking about right-wing extremism, Islamist Extremism, and how that affects decision makers and global governance in the future.
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